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Tag Archives: Florida
295 bears killed in two-day long Florida bear hunt
Originally set to last one week, Florida’s first bear hunt in 21 years is over after just two days.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) first approved an October hunt in an attempt to stabilize expanding bear populations.…
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Florida could need billions to maintain clean drinking water
The old joke that Orlando’s tap water is some of the worst tasting could hold some actual merit.
A new study by the Environmental Protection Agency finds that, over the next 20 years, the state of Florida could require an …
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UCF loses to Stanford in Last Nights Football Game 31-7
The UCF Knights are now standing at 0-2 after last nights loss to Stanford University. After UCF’s loss to FIU just a couple weeks ago, the loss against Stanford turned the players; spirits down.
In one of the first plays …
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Tropical Storm Erika Dies, But Florida May Still Experience Severe Weather
In the past week or two Florida has kept a close eye on the projected path of Tropical Storm Erika as it had slowly developed into a category one hurricane. It has been just over 10 years since Florida has …
Posted in General, Science and Technology Tagged Dominica, Erika, Florida, Hati, Hurricane, Tropical Storm, Weather Comments Off on Tropical Storm Erika Dies, But Florida May Still Experience Severe Weather
Traffic Troubles for Campus Travelers
Traveling on campus is organized chaos. As vehicles park on the edge of campus, the pedestrians pour out. Bikers, long-boarders and golf carts all participate in the sidewalk ballet. Bikers seem to merge effortlessly with the crowd, and when anything …
Posted in Education Tagged bike, Biking, board, Campus, car, Central, Florida, for, Gemini, long, long-boards, longboard, longboards, Pedestrians, Sidewalk, Traffic, travelers, Troubles, UCF, UCFPD, University of Central Florida, Vehicle, Vehicles, yield Comments Off on Traffic Troubles for Campus Travelers
#1 Florida Falls Out of the Tournament
When the Final Four match-ups were first revealed, the UConn vs Florida game seemed to heavily favor the gators. Many were ready to write them in for the championship game simply based on regular season accolades. In addition, Florida was …
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College Experiences Come With A Price
Walking across the stage of your high school graduation, you have two things on your mind: how far you’ve come, and what’s left to come. After their high school journey’s, about 66% of these graduates further their education at a …
What’s going on with the Florida Ballot System?
Amid recounts and various problems within the early voting system and one week after the votes were in, several key issues are still left undecided in Florida.
Suzy Trutie, spokeswoman for Miami-Dade County, told USA Today that most of the …
Posted in Politics Tagged 2012 election, Al Gore, Election results, Florida, Voting problems in Florida Comments Off on What’s going on with the Florida Ballot System?